Design for Hoodie (Snowboarding Camel with mountains as humps)
- Status: Closed
- Prize: €100
- Entries Received: 34
- Winner: francisvdelfin
We are soon starting to tell Hoodies and T-shirts online, we need some designs for the winter.
Attached you will find 11 pictures.
Picture 1 is the PRIMAL Head, you will need it for details within the design.
Picture 2 is an example for a camel, but it's too realistic for what i have in mind, i want this to have a cartooney/sketch style.
Picture 3 is an example for a snowboarder from the sideview, it's just an example, but i want the perspective of the design to be like this, meaning a clean center design, where the outlines surround the complete design without any unnecessary crossing lines. Also make the outline continuous
Picture 4 is a picture of some fancy ski goggles, so you know what i mean. I don't want them to reflect like in this picture, see instructions.
Picture 5 is an example scarf, use similar colours for the scarf, i prefer a strong royal blue and white.
Picture 6 is a snowy mountain example, make the humps of the camel look like cartooney versions of something like this.
Picture 7 is a stickman snowboarder, i want one like this on one of the humps of the camel, with the PRIMAL head (picture 1).
Picture 8 is an explanatory picture for the artwork "bleed out area". This means, if you win, you have to send me a version of the design with the outline + extra 4-5 millimeters of outline as bleed out and a cutline (basically between outline and extra bleed out).
Picture 9 is a diamond shaped frame.
Picture 10 is an end result example sketch (here the bleed out are is NOT added yet), i made it with paint, please make it look a lot better than this.
Picture 11 is the end result + bleed out area + cutline (the pink line), the winning files have to look like this.
Please make the camel (picture 2) look like it's snowboarding downhill like in Picture 3. Make it wear two small blue and white striped beanies on it's ears, and add the PRIMAL HEAD (Picture 1) to the folded area of the beanies if you can. The camel should also be wearing ski goggles (Picture 4), but instead of a normal glass it should look like two PRIMAL Heads (picture 1) next to each other. And i want the camel to wear a blue and white striped scarf (Picture 5).
The next step is a little tricky: Make the humps on the camel's back look like snowy mountains (picture 6) behind one another, and on that mountain place a little stickman snowboarder (Picture 7) with the Primal head (Picture 1) going downhill. Make the mountain top look more frosty than the rest of the mountain, also let it look like the snow is melting down the side of the camel.
If you can make the whole design in a diamond shape (picture 9) in the middle, not exactly like in the end result sketch (Picture 10) but that the centre of the camel reminds you of a diamond shape (picture 9). If you can, leave no space between the camel's leg so that during the cutting process there does not have to be a cut out between the legs, or if that does not work make the legs slim enough so you can insert enough bleed on the outline beetween the legs.
-make it a very central design with one continuous outline
-Use colours (brown for the camel, blue for the clothes etc.)
-The camel can wear snowboardboots, but it doesn't have to
- The winning files MUST be vectored, send me every type of vector file you can (svg, pdf etc), also a png or jpeg and the file you used to make the design.
-The outline of the camel should be black, about 3 millimeters wide and have a bleed out area of about 4 millimeters extra. so a total outline of 6 millimeters. And between outer edge of the bleed out and outline place a cutline in a different colour (pink maybe)
-your entry does not have to have the bleed out area and cutline added yet, but the winning files must be both with and without bleed out area and cutline (1 file with outline, 1 without)
-feel free to ask any question
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